Woman Displays Father’s Classic Cars, Vows to Gift Him New Ford Ranger: “Won’t Let Go”

Woman Displays Father’s Classic Cars, Vows to Gift Him New Ford Ranger: “Won’t Let Go”

  • A lady identified as Eunice Keter left netizens in stitches when she shared about the number of spoilt cars in her dad's compound, and yet she doesn't want to let go of them
  • According to Eunice, a new person to their home would think that they were having visitors owing to the number of idle cars parked in her dad's compound
  • Eunice said she tried to convince her dad to dispose of his old cars and Samsung phones, but he would hear none of it, so she vowed to get him a Ford Ranger once she got money

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Eunice Keter, has cracked dribs online after showing the classic cars her father is hoarding in their compound.

The collection of cars by Eunice Keter's dad, the loving daughter on the next frame.
Collection of vehicles belonging to Eunice Keter's dad (l), the loving and hilarious daughter (r). Photos: Eunice Keter.
Source: UGC

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In a humorous Facebook post, Eunice said that a visitor walking into their compound would think that the family was entertaining visitors in their home.

"It's just his old cars that he has refused to let go of. When people hoard things like clothes and sufurias, my father is hoarding cars. Imagine that! Ooh, and phones, too. He keeps his dead phones; all of them are and must be Samsung," she shared.
"His first car was a white pickup; I have very beautiful childhood memories of that pickup. You know, going to church, the wind blows in your face, and when it hits potholes, you all fall on each other like sacks," she remembered nolstagically.

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Eunice also remembered going to watch the safari rally from Iten viewpoint, where they would be sprayed with mud.

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"You go back home looking homeless but with a lifetime of happiness," she said.
"The blue one in the middle is what he had when I was in high school. You people know I went to St Brigid's, yes, but do you know the type of cars that used to pull up on visiting days? Eeh! Big, big machines!" she said.

As she wished her dear dad happy Father's Day, she vowed to get him another expensive car for his collection.

"I'm just waiting for some small amount of money. I get him a Ford Ranger double cab and I tell him to throw away this garbage," she promised.
"He is a farmer, and therefore, he needs a big car to carry out his work properly. Happy Father's Day to my old man," she added.

Netizen's reactions on car hoarding

Social media users took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

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Kenya Police Media:

"Mzee ako sawa.(The elder is okay)

Natembea King Mulati:

"Umesema your dad's first car was a white pickup. Enyewe you are a lady. Reminds me of a lady who called sometimes back saying her laptop isn't working. I asked her aniambie ni laptop gani. Then she said "ni ya pink."

Kamaldiin Coos Jilaal:

"Don't call it takataka to him it is his babies."

Mwashigadi Wa-Mwang'ombe:

"Awesome! Maximum respect to your father!"

Kui Wa Mwangi:

"It reminds me of my dad and his old car pia."

Woman buys a new car, and he father's reaction warms Mzansi's heart

Meanwhile, Briefly News shared that there is no better feeling for so many of us than making our parents proud of something we have accomplished. Jenny Ndlovu shared her father's pride with the nation when she purchased her very first Mercedes.

The sight of her dad crying tears of joy warmed all of Mzansi, and so many wished the family nothing but blessings.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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